Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 15

 

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Suzuki XL7 (2007 year). Instruction - part 15

 

 

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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Some maintenance services can be com-
Scheduled Maintenance
Generally, it is recommended that your first
plex. So, unless you are technically quali-
When the change engine oil light and/or
service be Maintenance I, your second
fied and have the necessary equipment,
CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message
service be Maintenance II, and that you
you should have your dealer do these jobs.
comes on, it means that service is required
alternate Maintenance I and Maintenance
for your vehicle. Have your vehicle ser-
II thereafter. However, in some cases,
When you go to your dealer for your ser-
viced as soon as possible within the next
Maintenance II may be required more
vice needs, you will know that trained and
600 miles (1000 km). It is possible that, if
often.
supported service technicians will perform
you are driving under the best conditions,
the work using genuine parts.
the engine oil life system may not indicate
Maintenance I
“Owner Checks and Services” in this sec-
that vehicle service is necessary for over a
Use Maintenance I if the light/message
tion tells you what should be checked,
year. However, the engine oil and filter
comes on within 10 months since the vehi-
when to check it, and what you can easily
must be changed at least once a year (or
cle was purchased or Maintenance II was
do to help keep your vehicle in good condi-
10 months if operated in Canada) and at
performed.
tion.
this time the system must be reset. Your
dealer has trained service technicians who
Maintenance II
The proper replacement parts, fluids, and
will perform this work using genuine parts
Use Maintenance II if the previous service
lubricants to use are listed in
“Recom-
and reset the system.
performed was Maintenance I. Always use
mended Fluids and Lubricants” and “Nor-
Maintenance II whenever the light/mes-
mal Maintenance Replacement Parts” in
If the engine oil life system is ever reset
sage comes on 10 months or more since
this section. When your vehicle is serviced,
accidentally, you must service your vehicle
the last service or if the light/message has
make sure these are used. All parts should
within 3000 miles (5000 km) since your last
not come on at all for one year.
be replaced and all necessary repairs
service. Remember to reset the oil life sys-
done before you or anyone else drives the
tem whenever the oil is changed. Refer to
For CANADA
vehicle.
“Engine Oil Life System” in
“Checking
Use For CANADA Scheduled Maintenance
Things Under the Hood” in the “Service
if the light/message comes on or if more
and Appearance Care” section for informa-
than 10 months have elapsed since the
tion on the Engine Oil Life System and
most recent maintenance service was per-
resetting the system.
formed.
For ALL except CANADA
When the change engine oil light and/or
CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON message
appears, certain services, checks, and
inspections are required. Required ser-
vices are described in the following for
“Maintenance I” and
“Maintenance II”.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Scheduled Maintenance except CANADA
Service
Instruction
Maintenance I
Maintenance II
Change engine oil and filter if the light/message has not come on
at all for one year.
Change engine oil and filter.
Refer to “Engine Oil” in “Checking Things Under the Hood” in the
“Service and Appearance Care” section.
If the system is ever reset accidentally, perform the maintenance
Reset oil life system.
service within 3000 miles (5000 km) since your last service.
An Emission Control Service.
Refer to “Engine Oil Life System” in “Checking Things Under the
Hood” in the “Service and Appearance Care” section.
A fluid loss in any vehicle system could indicate a problem.
Visually check for any leaks or
Have the system inspected and repaired and the fluid level
damage.
checked.
Add fluid if needed.
Rotate tires every 5000 to 8000 miles (8000 to 13000 km).
Rotate tires and check infla-
Refer to “Tire Inspection and Rotation” in “Tires” in the “Service
tion pressures and wear.
and Appearance Care” section and “At Least Once a Month” in
this section.
Visually inspect brake lines and hoses for proper hook-up, bind-
ing, leaks, cracks, chafing, etc.
Inspect disc brake pads for wear and rotors for surface condition.
Inspect brake system.
Inspect drum brake linings/shoes for wear or cracks (if equipped).
Inspect other brake parts, including drums, wheel cylinders, cali-
pers, parking brake, etc.
Check parking brake adjustment.
Check engine coolant and
windshield washer fluid levels
and add fluid as needed.
Perform any needed addi-
Refer to “Additional Required Services except CANADA” in this
tional services.
section.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service
Instruction
Maintenance I
Maintenance II
Refer to “Engine Air Cleaner/Filter” in “Checking Things Under the
Inspect engine air cleaner fil-
Hood” in the “Service and Appearance Care” section.
ter. If necessary, replace filter.
If you drive regularly under dusty conditions, inspect the filter at
each engine oil change.
Visually inspect front and rear suspension and steering system for
Inspect suspension and steer-
damaged, loose, or missing parts, signs of wear.
ing components.
Inspect power steering cables for proper hook-up, binding,
cracks, chafing, etc. (if equipped).
Visually inspect hoses and have them replaced if they are
cracked, swollen, or deteriorated.
Inspect all pipes, fittings and clamps; replace parts as needed.
Inspect engine cooling sys-
To help ensure proper operation, a pressure test of the cooling
tem.
system and pressure cap and cleaning the outside of the radiator
and air conditioning condenser is recommended at least once a
year.
Visually inspect wiper blades for wear or cracking.
Inspect wiper blades.
Replace wiper blades that appear worn or damaged or that streak
or miss areas of the windshield.
Make sure the safety belt reminder light and all your belts, buck-
les, latch plates, retractors, and anchorages are working properly.
Look for any other loose or damaged safety belt system parts.
If you see anything that might keep a safety belt system from
Inspect restraint system com-
doing its job, have it repaired.
ponents.
Have any torn or frayed safety belts replaced.
Also look for any opened or broken airbag coverings, and have
them repaired or replaced.
The airbag system does not need regular maintenance.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service
Instruction
Maintenance I
Maintenance II
• Lubricate all key lock cylinders, hood latch assemblies, secondary
latches, pivots, spring anchor and release pawl, hood and door
hinges, rear folding seats, and liftgate hinges.
Lubricate body components.
• More frequent lubrication may be required when exposed to a cor-
rosive environment such as winter road salt.
• Applying silicone grease on weatherstrips with a clean cloth will
make them last longer, seal better, and not stick or squeak.
• Replace the air filter, if necessary.
Inspect passenger compart-
• If you drive regularly under dusty conditions, the filter may require
ment air filter.
replacement more often.
• Check system for interference or binding and for damaged or
missing parts.
Inspect throttle system.
• Replace parts as needed.
• Replace any components that have high effort or excessive wear.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Additional Required Services except CANADA
The following services should be performed at the first maintenance service (I or II) after the indicated miles (kilometers) shown for each
item.
Additional required services
Miles (Kilometers)
Service
Instruction
25000
50000
75000
100000
125000
150000
(40000)
(80000)
(120000)
(160000)
(200000)
(240000)
Inspect fuel system for damage or
leaks.
Inspect exhaust system for loose
or damaged components.
Refer to “Engine Air Cleaner/Fil-
ter” in “Checking Things Under
Replace engine air cleaner filter.
the Hood” in the “Service and
Appearance Care” section.
Change automatic transaxle
fluid if the vehicle is mainly
driven under one or more of
these conditions:
- In heavy city traffic where the
Change automatic transaxle fluid
outside temperature regularly
(severe service).
reaches 90°F (32°C) or higher.
- In hilly or mountainous terrain.
- When doing frequent trailer tow-
ing.
- Uses such as found in taxi,
police, or delivery service
Change automatic transaxle fluid
(normal service).
Replace spark plugs. An Emission
Control Service.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Miles (Kilometers)
Service
Instruction
25000
50000
75000
100000
125000
150000
(40000)
(80000)
(120000)
(160000)
(200000)
(240000)
Drain, flush, and refill cooling
system.
This service can be complex;
you should have your dealer
perform this service.
• Refer to
“Engine Coolant” in
Engine cooling system service (or
“Checking Things Under the
every five years, whichever occurs
Hood” in the
“Service and
first). An Emission Control Ser-
Appearance Care” section for
vice.
what to use.
• Inspect hoses.
Clean radiator, condenser, pres-
sure cap, and filler neck.
Pressure test the cooling system
and pressure cap.
Visually inspect belt for fraying,
Inspect engine accessory drive
excessive cracks, or obvious
belt. An Emission Control Service.
damage.
Replace belt if necessary.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
For CANADA Scheduled Maintenance
Service
Instruction
Maintenance
Change engine oil and filter if the light/message has not come on at all for 10
months.
Change engine oil and filter.
Refer to “Engine Oil” in “Checking Things Under the Hood” in the “Service and
Appearance Care” section.
If the system is ever reset accidentally, perform the maintenance service within
Reset oil life system.
5000 km since your last service.
An Emission Control Service.
Refer to “Engine Oil Life System” in “Checking Things Under the Hood” in the “Ser-
vice and Appearance Care” section.
A fluid loss in any vehicle system could indicate a problem.
Visually check for any leaks or
Have the system inspected and repaired and the fluid level checked.
damage.
Add fluid if needed.
Rotate tires every 8000 to 13000 km.
Rotate tires and check infla-
Refer to “Tire Inspection and Rotation” in “Tires” in the “Service and Appearance
tion pressures and wear.
Care” section and “At Least Once a Month” in this section.
Visually inspect brake lines and hoses for proper hook-up, binding, leaks, cracks,
chafing, etc.
Inspect disc brake pads for wear and rotors for surface condition.
Inspect brake system.
Inspect drum brake linings/shoes for wear or cracks (if equipped).
Inspect other brake parts, including drums, wheel cylinders, calipers, parking
brake, etc.
Check parking brake adjustment.
Check engine coolant and
windshield washer fluid levels
and add fluid as needed.
Perform any needed addi-
Refer to “Additional Required Services (For CANADA)” in this section.
tional services.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service
Instruction
Maintenance
Refer to “Engine Air Cleaner/Filter” in “Checking Things Under the Hood” in the
Inspect engine air cleaner fil-
“Service and Appearance Care” section.
ter. If necessary, replace filter.
If you drive regularly under dusty conditions, inspect the filter at each engine oil
change.
Visually inspect front and rear suspension and steering system for damaged, loose,
Inspect suspension and steer-
or missing parts, signs of wear.
ing components.
Inspect power steering cables for proper hook-up, binding, cracks, chafing, etc.
(if equipped).
Visually inspect hoses and have them replaced if they are cracked, swollen, or
deteriorated.
Inspect engine cooling sys-
Inspect all pipes, fittings and clamps; replace parts as needed.
tem.
To help ensure proper operation, a pressure test of the cooling system and pres-
sure cap and cleaning the outside of the radiator and air conditioning condenser is
recommended at least once a year.
Visually inspect wiper blades for wear or cracking.
Inspect wiper blades.
Replace wiper blades that appear worn or damaged or that streak or miss areas of
the windshield.
Make sure the safety belt reminder light and all your belts, buckles, latch plates,
retractors, and anchorages are working properly.
Look for any other loose or damaged safety belt system parts.
If you see anything that might keep a safety belt system from doing its job, have it
Inspect restraint system com-
repaired.
ponents.
Have any torn or frayed safety belts replaced.
Also look for any opened or broken airbag coverings, and have them repaired or
replaced.
The airbag system does not need regular maintenance.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Service
Instruction
Maintenance
• Lubricate all key lock cylinders, hood latch assemblies, secondary latches, pivots,
spring anchor and release pawl, hood and door hinges, rear folding seats, and lift-
gate hinges.
Lubricate body components.
• More frequent lubrication may be required when exposed to a corrosive environ-
ment such as winter road salt.
• Applying silicone grease on weatherstrips with a clean cloth will make them last
longer, seal better, and not stick or squeak.
• Replace the air filter, if necessary.
Inspect passenger compart-
• If you drive regularly under dusty conditions, the filter may require replacement
ment air filter.
more often.
• Check system for interference or binding and for damaged or missing parts.
Inspect throttle system.
• Replace parts as needed.
• Replace any components that have high effort or excessive wear.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Additional Required Services (For CANADA)
The following services should be performed at the first maintenance service after the indicated kilometers shown for each item.
Additional required services
Kilometers
Service
Instruction
40000
80000
120000
160000
200000
240000
Inspect fuel system for damage or
leaks.
Inspect exhaust system for loose
or damaged components.
• Refer to “Engine Air Cleaner/Fil-
ter” in “Checking Things Under
Replace engine air cleaner filter.
the Hood” in the “Service and
Appearance Care” section.
Change automatic transaxle fluid.
Replace spark plugs. An Emission
Control Service.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Kilometers
Service
Instruction
40000
80000
120000
160000
200000
240000
Drain, flush, and refill cooling
system.
This service can be complex;
you should have your dealer
perform this service.
• Refer to
“Engine Coolant” in
Engine cooling system service (or
“Checking Things Under the
every five years, whichever occurs
Hood” in the
“Service and
first). An Emission Control Ser-
Appearance Care” section for
vice.
what to use.
• Inspect hoses.
Clean radiator, condenser, pres-
sure cap, and filler neck.
Pressure test the cooling system
and pressure cap.
Visually inspect belt for fraying,
Inspect engine accessory drive
excessive cracks, or obvious
belt. An Emission Control Service.
damage.
Replace belt if necessary.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Owner Checks and Services
These owner checks and services should be performed at the intervals specified to help ensure the safety, dependability, and emission
control performance of your vehicle. Your dealer can assist you with these checks and services.
Be sure any necessary repairs are completed at once. Whenever any fluids or lubricants are added to your vehicle, make sure they are
the proper ones, as shown in “Recommended Fluids and Lubricants” in this section.
Check and Service
Instruction
Timing
Engine oil level check
Engine coolant level check
Refer to “At Each Fuel Fill” in this section
At each fuel fill
Windshield washer fluid level check
Tire inflation check
Refer to “At Least Once a Month” in this section
At least once a month
Tire wear inspection
Starter switch check
Autimatic transaxle shift lock control system
check
Ignition transaxle lock check
Refer to “At Least Once a Year” in this section
At least once a year
Parking brake and automatic transaxle park (P)
mechanism check
Underbody flushing service
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
At Each Fuel Fill
At Least Once a Month
At Least Once a Year
It is important to perform these underhood
Tire Inflation Check
Starter Switch Check
checks at each fuel fill.
Visually inspect your vehicle’s tires and
make sure they are inflated to the correct
WARNING
Engine Oil Level Check
pressures. Do not forget to check the
Check the engine oil level and add the
When you are doing this inspection,
spare tire. Open the driver’s door to find
proper oil if necessary. Refer to “Engine
the vehicle could move suddenly. If
the Tire Information Placard which lists the
Oil” in “Checking Things Under the Hood”
the vehicle moves, you or others
recommended tire inflation pressures.
in the “Service and Appearance Care” sec-
could be injured.
Check to make sure the spare tire is stored
tion for further details.
securely. Refer to “Changing a Flat Tire” in
“Tires” in the
“Service and Appearance
1)
Before you start, be sure you have
CAUTION
enough room around the vehicle.
Care” section.
2)
Firmly apply both the parking brake and
It is important to check the engine oil
the regular brake. Refer to
“Parking
regularly and keep it at the proper
Tire Wear Inspection
level. Failure to keep the engine oil at
Tire rotation may be required for high mile-
Brake” in “Starting and Operating Your
Vehicle” in the “Features and Controls”
the proper level can cause damage to
age highway drivers prior to the Engine Oil
the engine not covered by your war-
Life System service notification. Check the
section.
Do not use the accelerator pedal, and
ranty.
tires for wear and, if necessary, rotate the
tires. Refer to “Tire Inspection and Rota-
be ready to turn off the engine immedi-
ately if it starts.
Engine Coolant Level Check
tion” in “Tires” in the “Service and Appear-
ance Care” section.
3)
Try to start the engine in each gear.
Check the engine coolant level and add
The vehicle should start only in PARK
DEX-COOL® coolant mixture if necessary.
(P) or NEUTRAL (N). If the vehicle
Refer to
“Engine Coolant” in
“Checking
starts in any other position, contact
Things Under the Hood” in the “Service
your dealer for service.
and Appearance Care” section for further
details.
Windshield Washer Fluid Level Check
Check the windshield washer fluid level in
the windshield washer fluid reservoir and
add the proper fluid if necessary.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Automatic Transaxle Shift Lock Control
Ignition Transaxle Lock Check
• To check the PARK (P) mechanism’s
System Check
While parked, and with the parking brake
holding ability: With the engine running,
set, try to turn the ignition to LOCK in each
shift to PARK
(P). Then release the
WARNING
shift lever position.
parking brake followed by the regular
brake.
When you are doing this inspection,
• The ignition should turn to LOCK only
the vehicle could move suddenly. If
when the shift lever is in PARK (P).
Contact your dealer if service is required.
the vehicle moves, you or others
• The ignition key should come out only in
could be injured.
LOCK.
Underbody Flushing Service
At least every spring, use plain water to
1)
Before you start, be sure you have
Contact your dealer if service is required.
flush any corrosive materials such as win-
enough room around the vehicle. It
ter road salt from the underbody. Take
should be parked on a level surface.
Parking Brake and Automatic Transaxle
care to clean thoroughly any areas where
2)
Firmly apply the parking brake. Refer to
Park (P) Mechanism Check
mud and other debris can collect.
“Parking Brake” in “Starting and Oper-
ating Your Vehicle” in the
“Features
WARNING
and Controls” section.
When you are doing this check, your
Be ready to apply the regular brake
vehicle could begin to move. You or
immediately if the vehicle begins to
others could be injured and property
move.
could be damaged. Make sure there
3)
With the engine off, turn the ignition to
is room in front of your vehicle in
RUN, but do not start the engine. With-
case it begins to roll. Be ready to
out applying the regular brake, try to
apply the regular brake at once
move the shift lever out of PARK (P)
should the vehicle begin to move.
with normal effort. If the shift lever
moves out of PARK (P), contact your
Park on a fairly steep hill, with the vehicle
dealer for service.
facing downhill. Keeping your foot on the
regular brake, set the parking brake.
• To check the parking brake’s holding
ability: With the engine running and tran-
saxle in NEUTRAL (N), slowly remove
foot pressure from the regular brake
pedal. Do this until the vehicle is held by
the parking brake only.
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Recommended Fluids and Lubricants
Fluids and lubricants identified below by name, part number, or specification can be obtained from your dealer.
Usage
Fluid/Lubricant
Engine oil which meets Standard GM6094M and displays the American Petroleum Institute Certi-
Engine Oil
fied for Gasoline Engines starburst symbol. The proper viscosity for your vehicle’s engine is an
SAE 5W-30 synthetic oil or an SAE 0W-30 oil.
Engine Coolant
50/50 mixture of clean, drinkable water and use only DEX-COOL® Coolant.
Hydraulic Brake System
Delco® Supreme 11 Brake Fluid or equivalent DOT-3 brake fluid.
Automatic Transaxle
Use only T-IV Automatic Transmission Fluid (Part No. SUZUKI ATF 3317 or Mobil ATF 3309).
Hood Latch Assembly,
Secondary Latch, Pivots, Spring
Lubricate Aerosol type lubricant meeting requirements of NLGI #2, Category LB or GC-LB.
Anchor, and Release Pawl
Key Lock Cylinders, Hood and
Door Hinges,
Multi-Purpose Lubricant, Superlube.
Rear Folding Seat
Weatherstrip Conditioning
Weatherstrip Lubricant or Dielectric Silicone Grease.
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Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts
Replacement parts identified below by name, part number, or specification can be obtained from your dealer.
Part
SUZUKI Part No.
Engine Air Cleaner/Filter
13780-78J00
Engine Oil Filter
16510-78J00
Passenger Compartment Air Filter Element
95861-78J00
Replacement Battery
33610-78J00
Spark Plugs
1119A-78J00
Windshield Wiper Blades
Driver’s Side - 24 inches (60.0 cm)
38340-78J00
Passenger’s Side - 19 inches (47.5 cm)
38340-78J10
Rear - 13.0 inches (33.0 cm)
38820-78J00
Engine Drive Belt Routing
3.6L V6 Engine
1686383
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Maintenance Record except CANADA
After the scheduled services are performed, record the date, odometer reading, who performed the service, and the type of services per-
formed in the boxes provided. Refer to “Maintenance Requirements” in this section. Any additional information from “Owner Checks and
Services” in this section can be added on the following record pages. You should retain all maintenance receipts.
Maintenance record
Odometer
Maintenance I or
Date
Serviced By
Services Performed
Reading
Maintenance II
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